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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, April 26, 1973- Montana abortion law challenged MISSOULA, Mont. AP) A Missoula woman, who claims that her unborn child may be malformed, filed suit in U.S. District Court yesterday in an attempt to prevent the state from enforcing its law prohibit- ing abortions. Fore fashion that's eyeOK The complaint identifies the plaintiff only as Mary Doe and says that she is about six weeks 'pregnant and that she receiv- ed x-ray treatments prior to knowing she was pregnant. Earlier this month a state district court judge dismissed a complaint filed in Billings by a uoman who wanted an abor- tion and who asked that Mon- tana's abortion law be held un- constitutional. But in dismissing that com- plaint, the judge said he be- lieves the state law which pro- hibits abortions except to save the mother's life, violates the U.S. constitution. The latest complaint was brought as a class-action suit by Mary Doe on behalf of her- self and "all other persons sim- ilarly situated." It names Mon- tana Atty. Gen. Robert L. Wood- ahl and Missoula County Atty Robert L. Deschamps as de- fendants. SPINAL AILMENT The woman, married and the motherof a healthy 8-month-olc boy, says she has a spinal ail- ment which causes extreme pain during pregnancy and which requires treatment with drugs that are potentially harmful to fetal development. She also claims the x-ray treat- ments she has received may have damaged the fetus. The complaint says she re- quested her physician to per- form an abortion and was told that he could not comply in view of a legal opinion written earlier this year by Woodahl. ATTENTION! BOYS and GIRLS The UtKbridge Herald CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT is looking for bright, eager boys and girls to service rural town, paper routes. Applicants must specify age (should be 12 years or Some routes are available right now and they may be in your own town. Example: Carriers are required right now in Pincher Creek, Lomond and Hillspring. This Is a great opportunity to learn how to operate a successful business and earn your own money. Don't hesitate, apply today! I I Mail to: DISTRICT SUPERVISOR CIRCULATION DEPT. lETHBB'PGE HERAiS P.O. BOX 670, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA I I wish to apply for a rural town paper route In tha town of: Name Address Age............ Phone I Parents will be required to sign o consent form I l if applicant is accepted i Dangles in death A skydiver, Steven John Campbell, 24, of Los Angeles dangles in death from power lines near Lake Elainore, Calif., after a strong wind blew him on to the lines. Officials said he died instantly. HOW DOES YOUR INCOME TAX '5 MEASURE UP Were you affected by Val- uation Day und Capital Gains? We'll put ourselves in your shoes and do your tax return. Our ser- vice is quick, convenient and inexpensive. 'Try BLOCK for sizel ______ oiuuumif--------- We guarantee accurate preparation of tax return. If we make any that cost you any penalty or in- terest we will pay only that penalty or interest HtR co. 815 3rd AVE. SO. 314 13th ST. NO. WEEKDAYS 9 to 9; SAT. to 5 PHONE 327-3712 OPEN SATURDAY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY livestock growth drug off market WASHINGTON (AP) The Food and Drug administration will announce today a total ban on the livestock growth drug DES, an industry source said. A ban would add hundred of millions of dollars to Ameri- cans' annual meat bills, accord- ing to government industry esti- mates. The FDA had imposed a ban on the use of diethylstilbestrol or DES in animal feed effective last Jan. 1, because illegal resi- dues of the cancer-causing chemical were being found in edible tissue. But until now, the agency had allowed producers to use DES ear implant pellets which, al- though more troublesome to cattlemen, also promoted live- stock growth and weight gain. The industry source said the FDA ban on implant pellets will be immediate, accompanied by a recall of all unused pellets on the market Animals which already have been implemented will be allowed to go to slaughter to avoid immediate disruption of the meat supply, the source said. Teacher pay agreement reached EDMONTON (CP) Nine school areas included in the North Central East School Au- thorities Association have reached a contract agreement for 1973, the Alberta Teachers' Association announced today. The agreement covering the counties of Athabasca, Thor- hild, Smoky Lake, St. Paul and Two Hills and the school div- isions of Bonnyville, Lac La Biche, Glen Avon and Cold Lake provides a salary range of for a beginning teach- er with four years of teacher education to for a leach- er with maximum experience in the six-year category. Increases in fringe benfits and a six-per-cent increase in administrators' allowances also were provided in the one year contract, retroactive to Jan. 1, 1973. Montanans irate over decision WASHINGTON (CP) Mon tana officials .are irate ove the decision to close the U.S forest service regional office ir Missoula. It is one of five for est service offices to be endec gradually in the western states A joint statement b'v Montan Democratic Sens. Mike Mans- field and Lee Metcalf callet the decision "stupid, short sighted, ill-advised." Montana Republican Rep Richard Shoup also said he dis approves of the action. Montana Gov. Thomas Judge a Democrat, :vrote a letter t Secretary of Agriculture Ear Butz in which Judge said th decision "exemplifies the cyn: cal approach of the Nixon at ministration that ignores pea pie and entire sections of the country to pursue schemes bas ed on false economy and dis priorities." 70 per cent of 1972 tax returns filed OTTAWA (CP) Almost 70 per cent of an expected 10 million 1972 income tax re- turns have been filed to date, the national revenue depart- ment said Wednesday. Canadians have filed 963 returns so far, with the filing deadline of April 30 less than a week away. A spokesman said, bow- ever: "We expect a big rush ta the last week." The revenue department has sent out refund cheques, totalling more than average of about per cheque. FEE DOUBLED ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) The government doubled the entrance fee for the harem at Topkapi Palace, home of the Ot- toman sultans, to 72 cents. BUST DISCOVERT BINGLEY, England (CP) For years a white marble bust, affectionately known as Fred, was used as a hat stand by reg- ulars at a Yorkshire barber's shop. The present proprietor, however, plans to sen or more. Experts have identified the work as the bust of Frederick Augustus, son of King Edward m, by sculptor Joseph Nollekens. It will be auc- tioned. Special Gentle RyeWhisky. SM '1 j M deness iTV HIGHLIGHTS THURSDAY MUSIC SPECIAL: "Up With 6 p.m., Co. An hour of music with a troupe of 130 young people in concert and on location in the mountains of New Mexico. MOVIE DRAMA: 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A story with a twist she's a violinist and ha's a ghost! CRIME DRAMA: Streets of San Francisco, 9 p.m., Ch. 1J. Repeat. REPORT: Here Come The 70s, p.m., Ch. 13. Sotip- Biology probes human behavior patterns and their relationship to biological instincts and society. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Henry Fonda, Roddy McDowall and Jo Anne Worley are among the guests. MOVIE MELODRAMA: "The Black a.m.. Ch. 7. When two close friends of an English adventurer fail to return from a hunting expedition he wangles an invitation to another hunting party to solve the mystery. FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Born 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A touching, real-Mfe story of a couple raising a lion cub in Kenya. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the ret- portability of The lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley AAcGill and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thru FRIDAY New: Doug Marvin Music Remember News Buryl Clerk News Farm News Cattle Prices News Sports News Bob HesKeth Checime News Trading Post Leo Dow John Oliver Farm News Sports i.-oo Grain Prices Call of the John Oliver Wild CJOC if News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whin, BUI Mathesonf Sport Brent and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Doug Cara _ THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Jack Probe 1220 World at John Walker Request Line John Charles Jim Parsons Jim Elliot CBC News News, Wthr. Phone Bill Show Joan Waterfield- Jim Elliot Probe 1270 News, Wtnr, Sport Sport News and Grain Jack John Walker MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 p m. Dell-0 6 p.m.-lO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS Concerts, Overtures 6 p.m. and Encores Concerts, Overtures (Bob Concie} and Encores (Bob Cooele) 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 24 p.m. Don Hedman S p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overturn (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Home Run BBC News News World at Six As It Happens Themes and Variations News, Wfhr, Sports This Country From the Capitals Radio Noon Five Nights a Week Stockrnarkct Music and Opinion Sounds Like Spring Max Per. Bob Kerr BBC Home Run BBC News The inner Ear FRIDAY Eye Opener World at Eight Eye Opener World tt Six The Uthbtidge Herald I CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DONT BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scrutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook May 1. (Advertising Deadline it April 25th) CALL 3284411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! I CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Coblevtiion Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Movie: Black Castle NtKMY Pinochio, Marvel Farm and Cily News Audubon Joan waterfield Mr. Dressup Holiday Finn Friendly Giant Cnez Helene Sesame Street Luncheon Datt Lets a Deal Truth or (Corner Ed Allen Take 30 Edge of Night Fawny Court Drop In Hollywood CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevition Ch. 4) THURSDAY NICHT News Pierre Btrton Merv Griffin Ufe styie Hollywood CJOC NHL T8A Movie: Tommy and Jtte Doctor Carol Burnett News CJOC 1I.-3S Crossfire YOU Anything Can Do Bvckttwl Star Trek Beat the Ctock George The Lmie People Circle ot Fear MW Streets of San Francbco George Kitty........_....... Mere Gome Supermarket Yoga Day Eye Bet University cf Air Family Affair Romper Room Bom Fret Canada AJVL Somerset C.-30 Untie Bobby Shew Antfber WorW Community What's the Good Calendar Word? Fashions In Sewing Anything You N.F.S. Can Do 9-30 Buckshot Slar Trek News KRTV Great Folk Channel 3 (Cableviston Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT wona n-w satned 6-C Salute Aoricultum As the World Trtsy Shew News Today Sn Montana The Doctors 8.30 Pyramid Another World V 00 iale ol Century Q 30 Hollywood 10. DD Jeopardy 10-3DWho, Whit, Where People Wo Wrti IncmsW" J.DO twsn Vtsrtln t 00 Flip Wilson 10. M News TonioM Show FRIDAY Hollywood Talking Secret Storm J.30 OouOlas Show 4-00 Wild 4-30 News Newt Understanding Our Mews KFBB-TV Great FaHs Channel 5 (dblevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY HIGHT News Truth or Constownces 7.00 Mod Squad Kunq fv 9.00 ot San frsnus-rs 1C. 99 TVS IP ?5 Wewt Trw CD Stsrch f lowing FRIDAY II up "11 Mr JJ Farm u 30 It! s Make a Deal t 3D News 12.00 NtWlywed 7 oo Cro7aln Xanoaroo 15-30 Xews News General Hospital One to Uvt 00 OBVS Ot Our ttvw Dinah's Place 3-00 Three on a Match 3.30 Oattoo, Gatttt 90 Spirt Second 3D LaLanne 9 oo Audrey Gourmet 10 00 Young and 3D 5 00 Password t in ;